At the Edge of the Abyss Quoting: observation
The idea that something gravitationally “heavy” must be producing the effect observed stems from looking at galaxies as ‘objects floating in space’ having no substratum as opposed to recognizing that they exist at the periphery of rather large scale ‘voids’ or “bubbles”. Galaxies are clustered as though forming “shells” in filamentary fashion along the ‘edges’ of these ‘voids’. These then form “galaxy filaments”, “super cluster complexes” or “great walls”.
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Add motion to the plasma (this owing to ‘exclusion’ from the ‘voids’) and the periphery, or ‘shells’, of the ‘voids’ may ‘rub’ against one another. This will produce electromagnetically energetic spirals – or vortices – and filamentation via electric currents.
NGC 6503 sits at the edge of a giant, hollowed-out region of space called the Local Void. The Hercules and Coma galaxy clusters, as well as our own Local Group of galaxies, circumscribe this vast, sparsely populated region. Estimates for the void’s diameter vary from 30 million to more than 150 million light-years — so NGC 6503 does not have a lot of galactic company in its immediate vicinity. Quoting: observation
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Waves, in general
Also, to some extent, I think that the dynamics observed may be the result of “trochoidal waves” in the plasma medium, which can also induce elliptical configurations for ‘entrained’ objects, at the relative vortex epicenter. It is known that one can achieve “holes” in electromagnetically induced vortex relations for non-neutral plasma: Quoting: observation
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you know i`m detecting people don`t like to see what looks like nothing (void), we like to see and be in locations that have visible material things to see (orientate ourselves)
now we know that everywhere there exists electrically charged something we assume contains "particles" we can never see but we feel
and fields that we also never see but we feel
we are getting close to having to accept that even in places in "space" that appear devoid of anything there exists something that effects our feelings
this is our becoming used to our non material dimensions
if we think about it is useful when we die because we all agree we likely retain our ability to feel once we die even though we appear to know we no longer retain our material bodies to experience our feelings through
which is true
so like the "voids" we see in space
we may assume upon death we become like the "void"
invisible but able to feel